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August 04, 1967 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-04

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Friday, August- 4, 19672-7

Apartment Project for Elderly Nears Reality ' THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(Continued from Page 1)
The apartment residence would
be designed to assure semi-inde-
pendent living for elderly people
who are economically independent
but of modest means.
The report stated that the great-
est housing need was for single
elderly people rather than for
couples so that the greatest num-
ber of units would be of the studio
efficiency type with screened off
kitchen areas and bed areas to
give pleasant living room. There

no health

services would be'
planned, adequate protective de-
vices such as grab rails and panic
buttons in the bathrooms, lower ,
lightswitches, wider doors and
lower stair lifts and other con-
veniences for the elderly would be
installed. Plans are to have a re-
tired nurse in residence.

Leisure time activities would be
available at the nearby community
center but residents would be en-
couraged to develop their own rec-
reational outlets with the apart-
ment house.

would also be some one and two-
bedroom units which might be oc-
cupied by couples or by unmarried

relatives such as elderly mother
and daughter or sister and brother.
Each unit would have a private
bath as well as furnished kitchen
appliances.
One kosher meal a day would
be furnished in a central dining

room. In planning the residence
it was recognized that elderly
people often take short cuts in
their own care and that one hot
meal a day would be a protec•
tion to the health of the resi•
dents.

The committee found in explor-
ing the experiences of other Jewish
communities in housing for the
elderly that the average ages of
the occupants of the residence
would be in the early 70's. While

SNCC Let tier Says
'Negroes Resist,'

`Won't Play. Jews'

WASHINGTON (JTA ) — Black
Power leader H. Rapp Brown,
national chairman of the Student
Non-Violent Coordinating Com-
mittee, sought to compare the sit-
uation of Negroes with that of
Jews in Nazi Germany and .be-
littled the lack of resistance by
the Jews.
Brown told a press conference at
SNCC headquarters that "if you
(whites) intend to play Nazis" in
suppressing Negro violence, "black
people ain't going to play Jews."
The SNCC leader is free on bond
awaiting charges of inciting riots
and arson. He will be tried by

Maryland authorities for causing a
riot and destruction in the town of
Cambridge. Brown said "violence
is necessary" and that "if Amer-
ica don't come around, well burn
it down."
Explaining why Negroes would
behave differently than European
Jews, Brown said "violence is part
of America's culture and is its
American as apple pie."

Young Israeli Musician
Offered Australian Post

SYDNEY, Australia (JTA) —
Moshe Atzmon, a 36-year-old Is-
raeli conductor, was offered the
positions of musical director of the
Australian Broadcasting Commis-
sion and conductor of the Sydney
Symphony Orchestra. Atzmon, who
is now in London. indicated he was
ready to spend up to six months a
year here in these posts.

The country with the most psy-
is the United States with
17,809 practicing in 1965.

chiatrists

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BUILDERS

TEN
60' LOTS

Inkster

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Sewer, water, paved.
$27,000, terms.

Gross Realty Co. Inc.

17350 Livernois

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The committee said that the
building could be self-support-
ing. Although no schedule of
prices on rentals has been es•
tablished, experience of other
cities shows that the range would
probably be between S90 and
$125 with an additional charge
of about $10 per week for meals.
Working on the implementation
committee on the location and de-
sign sub-committee were Samuel

Hechtman, chair ma n; Nelson
Dembs, Samuel Frankel, Milton
Howard, Nathan Levine. Graham
A. Orley and David P. Zack.

Jack 0. Lefton was chairman of
the sub-committee working on ad-
ministration. His committee mem•
bers were Eugene J. Arnfeld, Dr.
Max R. Beitman. Gerson B. Bern-
stein. Martin E. Citrin. Edward I.
Fleischman, Mrs. Harry A. Kro-
lik. Dr. Hyman S. Mellen, Mrs.
Victor Shiffman and Dr. Peter G.
Shifrin.

Investigating the legal aspects
and financing under the chairman-
ship of Leslie Rose were Paul D.
Borman, Harold N. Finney, Arthur ;
Howard and Jacob L. Keidan.
Ex-officio members of the com-
mittee are Samuel Lerner, Dr.
Julien_ Priver, Hyman S'afran, Ir-
win Shaw. Mrs. Norma Silver.
Leonard N. Simons and Ira I.
Sonnenblick. Samuel Cohen, assis-
tant director of Federation, is sec-
retary of the committee.

Wiaiwnobay

50

UNBELIEVABLE BUYS
Large Quantities of Beautiful Merchan-
dise, Everything Must Go!

JACK'S PLACE

19188 LIVERNOIS

remember (m.s.)
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nn'n

AHARON ROSEN

patience
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soap
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knife
sah keen
price
m'heer
type, gender
meen

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flavour
tah-ahm

ON THE "AVENUE OF FASHION' — LIVERNOIS AT 7 MILE

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Monday, Thursday and Friday 'til 9 P.M.

FREE PARKING—LIVERNOIS, corner of CAMBRIDGE

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SUMMER
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We're having
a shoe sale
at both of our
Northland
shoe stores.

So what kind
of sale
should we have?

It's a Florsheim and Red Cross shoe sale!
And because it's at Phillip's, it's a sensa-
tional Florsheim and Red Cross shoe sale.
We have everyone's size (but not in every
style I . What's more, men get two chances
to make great buys because we have two
stores at Northland that are loaded with
Florsheims. What about the ladies? Well,
for them we also have two stores' worth of
Red Cross shoes. It just happens that they're
all in one store. Which one? Listen, just
look.

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advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
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